Japanese auto makers in Thailand are preparing for a disruption in production after April because of delayed parts shipments from disaster-stricken Japan. A survey by the Krungthep Turakij business newspaper finds the closure of plants in Japan after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami is expected to disrupt some shipments to Thai industries, with the Thai automotive and electronics sectors hardest hit. Tri Petch Isuzu Sales President Hiroshi Nakagawa tells the newspaper that 95% of the ...

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